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loophole train wreck. >>> and jan schakowsky on romney's preexisting problems with obama care. >>> and the national media is portraying chicago's striking teachers as overpaid and greedy. >> chicago teachers are the best paid of any school district in the country. >> the average chicago teacher makes about $76,000 a year. >> nearly four times higher than what the average american receives. >> we'll tell you what the chicago teacher strike is all about. >> good to have you with us. thanks for watching. the romney campaign says that the 2012 election will follow a similar pattern to the election of 1980. they compare mitt romney to the republican challenger ronald reagan who came from behind in the polls to defeat a democratic president. now the romney team was banking on a bounce like ronald reagan got after the republican national convention. the chairman predicted a significant post convention bounce for the candidate. >> i think we're going to get a bump. we have a better opportunity for a bump as a challenging party so when people get to know mitt romney and get to know who
did that effectively. >> well, kim, i heard that on medicare, that was a real attack on the obama care and medicare, but i didn't hear any defense by ryan from the tax plan, for example, no case for tax reform, he didn't make a pro growth case, economic case, as much as i know he believes in person. >> yeah, and that's the real issue that they're going to have to address this fall. so far it's been a lot of doom and gloom saying we're on the wrong path and we've got to fix things and start pivoting and talking about the real way out of this hole is getting an economy that grows again and brings in the tax revenue to help with the spending issues. >> jason, what else struck you about the weak? >> first of all, ryan gave the speech at a convention, in my view hit it out of the park, anyone who didn't know he was a serious person, knows nowment i don't think he's going to fade in the spotlight like sarah palin did four years ago. i think that chris christie also gave, the new jersey governor gave a very powerful speech. >> and not everybody agrees with you on that one. in fact, most peopl
to a stronger medicare is to repeal obama care because it represents the worst of both worlds. >> i have a feeling we'd have a mixed reaction. >> a group of older people. the polls that show that the only age group that supports mitt romney are the 65 and older. that's it. if people under retirement age got to vote he'd get killed so the fact is why is he out there going to war through his vp nominee with older people saying get rid of obama care. why is he stirring this uppy. >> speaking to the wrong audience in going after obama care, chris. i think the attack on obama care worked to some extent in the 2010 congressional races when they focused on the fact that some tax money would be necessary and that some medicare spending would be cut. remember, that's what they used in 2010. >> right. >> and that worked but the people that worked with were not the seniors. that worked with swing voters and younger voters who are looking at how that was going to play out. so i think to go into the ito of the activists at the aarp with that argument was going to elicit boos. you knew that was going
years calling it obama care, socialism and everything else, government takeover, where are the conservatives? all of a sudden they are quiet. >> they may be squawking more in the days to come. susan said ryan was a bad pick, but for a bunch of reasons. one of them is that he wasn't chosen to stand for anything. when i was wrong, i was like we're going to have a real debate about two different directions for the country. paul ryan's budget, he believes these things. president obama believes different things. mitt romney is putting meat on the bones and we're going to have a real debate. >> i thought the same thing by the way. >> whether you liked it or not, it seemed like a strategy. but then to pick paul ryan and muzzle him, i thought ryan was more damaging to the ticket than romney was on the sunday shows because if you don't let him talk about what he believes, he was like sarah palin. gasping for air. he didn't have an answer if he's told to not to talk about what he believes. >> people expect him to be bland and talk about the numbers and the facts and here's what y
you the very best. >> thank you. [applause] >> obama care is going to hit six million middle class americans with a tax penalty why? because they didn't have health insurance now republicans came up with a better plan. we'll tell you what it is next. chick-fil-a has not sold its soul we'll explain why later. i would love to hear fruso go mikehuckabee.com. and sign up on facebook and follow me i am harrisnow let's get you bao huckabee. >> when republicans critize obama care democrats come up with responses like these. >> i searched in vain for the republican health care bill because the have no alternative. >> they will see the republican alternative which i am sorry to say is nonexistent. >> shrill voices of opposition are ratched yup loudly spreading fabrication and fear and remarkably silent when asked to produce ideas of their own. >> i don't know what they do. 131 days they would have a sound. that is the sound of their plan. they don't seem to have one. >> thank you congressman weaner we know how it worked out for you. >> does the gop not have plans for health care reform? >>
was in self reliance. >> she joins the governor. and how do doctors feel about obama care? >> it doesn't allow physicians to do our job. >> congressional asked doctors for alternatives that work for them and their patients. >> everything good about hettle care happens in the examine room and the government doesn't belong there. >> plus. ♪ if i was your boyfriend. >> life is it good at the top for teen idol justin bieber. but before he was born his mother made tough choices and how her faith helped her make the right ones. >> ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. >>, thank you. thank you very much . welcome to the huckabee show from the fox news studio necessary -- in new york. we have a lively audience most from the massachusetts republican assembly. [applause] i didn't know there was that much republican enthusiasm in all of massachusetts much less coming to our show. we are so happy to have all of you folks here. if we don't learn from history, we are disdes-- destined to repeat it that is it what is happen negligent stare happening in the star down with iran and israel. one belie
going to see the first debate between mitt romney and president obama. health care is a key issue, one of the biggest, in fact. and it is back in the spotlight after romney said people without insurance can always just go to an emergency room. now, with barely a month ago before the election, i want to zero in on what is at stake here. since president obama's health care law was enacted, 3.1 million people under the age of 26 are now covered by their parents' plans, andñr preventiv care also is available. many benefitted from prescription drugs. >> seniors who fall in the coverage gap known as the donut help will start to get help. they receive $250, paying for prescriptions, helping with the donut hole. >> 5 million seniors have saved money on the prescription drugs since the law was started. he also plans to slow spending on medicare. >> i have strengthened medicare, we have added years to the life of medicare. we did it by getting rid of taxpayer subsidies and insurance companies that were not making people healthier. >> by 2014, the law requires everybody to have health insur
a reality check on two big issues. first the big promise of obama care under the microscope. as you know, certainly if you've been watching this program nearly 50 million americans don't have health insurance. now obama care is supposed to eventually change that but many of those it's supposed to help now don't know the details. for example, people who can't get insurance because they have what's known as a preexisting condition. and that brings me to the story of leslie elder, a woman with cancer who i met three years ago. >> i always said, i don't get a ca cold. i get cancer. >> cancer seemed to follow leslie elder. she was diagnosed with breast cancer for the first time in 1988. did you worry about paying for the medical care? >> no. at that time i had a good coverage. >> reporter: 13 years later she was struck with breast cancer again. >> as i'm recuperating, i receive $21,000 of bills that i was responsible for. >> reporter: since elder's first bout with cancer, health care costs skyrocketed. eventually it got so expensive the elders took their chances and dropped their coverage all
in florida and i know firsthand that obama care works. the doe knothole his a scary thing because after you spend the the first $2,000 in medications, you suddenly fall off a cliff into this whole and drugs that you were paying a small amount for suddenly your having to pay full price. that is kind of scary at first until i realized that obama care allows you to get your name brand drugs at half-price. i will save approximately $1,500 this year thanks to obama care. i would say that my life depends on these medications. without the savings, i would have to make a decision on whether or not to take those medications at all. the affordable care act is the most important legislation that has come before the american people as far as health care is concerned that they are going to close the doughnut hole in the next few years. and then it is going to be even better. we all need this plan. all of us need health care. we are all in this together. >> please welcome carol berman of west palm beach florida. >> i am so proud to be at the democratic national convention from florida. i am one of the se
or if, god forbid, zoey needs a heart transplant. obama care provides my family security and relief. >> being a woman is no longer a pre-existing condition. >> our kids should be able to see a doctor when they are sick and no one in this country should ever go broke because of an accident or an illness. >> the democrats did not give their convention night's overt themes the way the republicans did but if there was an unofficial at least policy theme for what we heard tonight, it could be, we democrats passed health reform and we're proud of it. earlier this evening, ezra klein pointed out the democrats themselves have started calling obama care and republicans call it a dig but democrats are happily calling it that, too. ezra? >> yeah. i thought that was actually the big news going forward. michelle obama's speech and if you're looking for what is going to change the way the campaign is run from here on out, i think tonight will be seen as the night that the democrats took back obama care or at least developed a strategy to run on it. in 2010 they were afraid of it and it didn't pol
would support two major aspects of obama care. that is insuring people with pre-existing conditions and keeping young adults on their parent's plans. well then he quietly reversed stands a few hours later in the "wall street journal" saying romney is not giving out enough policy details and being so vague comes with its own political risk. more bill press is coming up. stay with us. >>i jump out of my skin at people when i'm upset. do you share the sense of outrage that they're doing this, this corruption based on corruption based on corruption. >>i think that's an understatement, eliot. u>> i'm not prone tot. understatement, so explain to me why that is. i think the mob learned from wall st., not vice versa. from silver screens... to flat screens... twizzlerize your entertainment everyday with twizzlers the twist you can't resist. polar shifts will reverse the earth's gravitational pull and hurtle us all into space. which would render retirement planning unnecessary. but say the sun rises on december 22nd and you still need
at an aarp annual conference, paul ryan got booed by the audience when he talked about appealing obama care. let's listen. >> the first step to a stronger medicare is to repeal obama care. [ booing ] >> it represents the worst of both worlds. i had a feeling there would be mixed reaction -- >> what do we make of that? here's a group of older people -- i keep looking at the polls that say the only age group that supports mitt romney are 65 and older, that's it. if people under retirement age got to vote only, he'd get killed. so the fact is why is he going to war with his v.p. nominee with older people saying get rid of obama care, why is he stirring this up? >> well, he's speaking to the wrong audience in going after obama care, chris. i think the attack on obama care worked to some extent in the 2010 congressional races when they focused on the fact that some tax money would be necessary and that some medicare spending would be cut. remember that's what they used in 2010. >> right. >> that worked. but the people that worked with were not the seniors. that worked with swing voters and young
. karen finney. you heard about reclaiming obama care, it's a term republicans use to criticize the signature health care law. following the lead of president obama on the campaign trail, democrats wrapped their arms around obama care at last night's convention. >> republicans may see romney care as a scar let letter, but for us democrats, obama care is a badge of honor. being a woman is no longer a preexisting condition. >> obama care provides my family security and relief. >> we cannot trust mitt romney to protect our health. he would repeal obama care. >> i'm joined by msnbc's lawrence o'donnell, host of "the last word." i want to ask you about embracing obama care as a strategy. great for the crowd in the hall, no doubt about it. do you think it helps to appeal to undecided voters out there in tv land? >> well, the more you think about it, the more you realize they don't have a choice. that's what the republicans are going to call it and throw it at the democrats and at the president as if it's an accusation. and they have no choice other than to pick that word up and run wi
to see obama care still losing. we don't know if we can get rid of that. like the republicans have given up. there's no fight in them. we want them to cowboy up and bring the fight to the other big spenders on the other side. >> you think they have dropped the ball on that one and when it comes to sequestration they have automatic cuts they agreed to if they couldn't get to a budget agreement last year they are trying to back away from that. do you think, look, as draconian as they might be they would stick to that if they abandon it it would abad thing? >> i think it is a bad thing if they let those cuts expire. we are in the middle of a deep, deep recession if not a depression. there are 23 million people without jobs and a lot of those have given up trying to look for work. now is not the time to increase taxes on the dwindling producers in our country when we have a president that is trying to give more money away to the moochers and welfare. we need people working not sitting back receiving food stamps and unemployment. it is laughable. republicans couldndon't accept . i am going to
with our own david gregory talking about health care reform and saying, well, there's some things in obama care i would keep, and then what happens? the cameras go away and quietly a spokesperson comes back and corrects the statement to say, well, no that's not what he meant. here is what he really meant. we've seen that pattern repeat itself a couple times where they're trying to have it both ways in the general election and it's a tricky thing to try to appease the right wing base and sound like a credible, reasonable, thoughtful human being. >> it's extremely difficult. anna marie, i'm a little worried mr. romney isn't the only one losing the thread, if you will. let's take a listen to how mrs. romney responded. >> mitt and i do recognize that we have not had a financial struggle in our lives. we got married and moved into a basement apartment. we walked to class together, shared the housekeeping, ate a lot of pasta and tuna fish. our dining room table was a fold oun ironing board in the kitchen. >> anna marie, we should acknowledge buckingham palace does have basement apartments, but t
to find care for their kids. >>> shifting message. the romney camp walking back comments over obama care. >> i'm not getting rid of all of health care reform. of course. there are a number of things i like in health care reform that i'm going to put in place. >> so we're asking, should romney bend on obama care? >>> arctic battle. just off the northern coast of alaska, oil giant shell starting to drill into the sea. environmentalists concerned about a repeat of bp's gulf oil disaster. >>> he's had four neck surgeries and missed the entire 2011 football season. that does not matter for peyton manning. the denver broncos quarterback looks like the manning of old. looks like the manning of old. "newsroom" starts now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> good morning. happy monday to you. i'm carol casostello. thank you so much for joining us this morning. it's 8:00 a.m. in chicago. but on this school day teachers are out of the classroom and on the picket line. nearly 30,000 union members are now on strike. their goeshs negotiations broke last night. cnn's casey wian is live outside an
't want do is cut a back-door deal like obama care. we want to do this out in the open. george, because we want to have this debate in public and with congress. we want to do this with the consent the representatives of the people and figure out which loopholes should stay and go. our priorities are, high-income earners should not get these kinds of loopholes. we should have a broad-based plan that goes to middle-class taxpayers so we can advance charities. we should do it out in the public view where the public can participate. >> that's exactly what i'm suggesting. having it in public before the election so voters can have it before they make up the mind? >> we think the best way to do this is to get this framework in place, and then negotiate, work with democrats, work with people across the aisle, have these kind of hearings, have this conversation to get this objection. >> president clinton took aim at the savings of medicare. 35% reduction over the next decade and the president argued that it's going to be devastating for seniors who rely on medicaid for nursing home care. how can yo
talking about and that he voted for. they undermined the campaign message that obama care is a terrible, horrible thing for america and that he, mitt romney as president, will get rid of all of obama care. all yearlong he's been pledging complete repeal of obama care. that's been his language. complete repeal. until this weekend. >> i'm not getting rid of all of health care reform. there are a number of things i like in health care reform that i'm going to put in place. one is to make sure those with preexisting conditions can get coverage. >> romney is going to keep the part with preexisting conditions. that's a whole new policy. that's awesome. that's a whole new plan for him that they waited until after the conventions to unveil? it's weird timing. but actually it turns out they took it back. they didn't mean that. the romney campaign later that day said that there's actually no change in mr. romney's long-held position on health reform. he was not proposing to require insurance plans to offer those particular features. an entire week off to listen to the democrats arguments about yo
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